The “Jesus Only” Heresy

"Jesus Only" is a cult movement, which seeks to infiltrate all sects of Christendom, in order to spread heresy (a.k.a. false teaching). Their main message is that those who have been baptized in the Name of the Trinity must undergo rebaptism in Jesus' name only. They build their illogical dogma on Acts 2:38. Peter said …

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The Emaciated & Very Bony Fish: #GLS16 — Day 1

1st day at #GLSatGrace #GLS16 reveals it is undeniably a subtle but ruthless assault on the uniqueness of Christ by globalist elitists. — Sam Kean (@snkean) August 11, 2016 "Eat the fish; spit out the bones," forever rings in my ears, as a result of those who taught me how to navigate a world filled …

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Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 2

"Jesus is better than special knowledge" is the theme of the Letter to the Colossians. Already---in part 1 (ch. 1:1-20)---the Apostle Paul has introduced himself as one who has been commissioned by Jesus Christ, according to the will of God, the Father. As such, Paul had a significant spiritual gifting, which enabled him to powerfully and …

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Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 1

1:1 From a Roman prison cell, of all places, the Apostle Paul writes to the believers and "faithful brothers" (probably church leaders) at Colossae. Next to him sits Timothy, Paul's partner in ministry even while in holding. Paul writes the letters to Ephesians and to Philemon at about the same time (A.D. 60-62). We know …

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Exposing Chrislam

Chrislam -- is the unification of Islam and Christianity a real agenda by global religious elites? We know that Judaism and Catholic Christianity have already "partnered." Rhetorically, I ask, "who saw that coming?"... and I answer: the same people who warn about "Chrislam." On one side of the arguments, some say Chrislam is a figment of overactive …

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